Wash. Admin. Code § 230-11-090 - Authorized alternative drawing formats for members-only raffles

Current through Register Vol. 21-18, September 15, 2021

Licensees may use alternative drawing formats set forth in WAC 230-11-055 for members-only raffles as long as the licensee meets all requirements set out in that rule. Licensees also may use the following alternative drawing formats or similar random selection processes for members-only raffles:

Mock animal races.

(1) The licensee sells participants consecutively numbered tickets to wager on a specific mock animal in a field of mock animal racers, typically five to ten racers. The mock animals race in individual lanes divided into equal spaces or squares; for example, bingo boards are sometimes used as race lanes. Animals move forward based on the numbers rolled on dice or balls drawn from a set of bingo balls. The first mock animal to cross the finish line is the winner. All winning ticket holders split the prize pool or the licensee may hold a drawing of winning tickets to determine a single winner.

Video races.

(2) The licensee sells participants consecutively numbered tickets/race forms to wager on the outcome of an unknown videotaped race, typically horse races. The previously taped races must be obtained from an outside source and participants must have no knowledge of the specific race outcome before conducting the video race drawing. Participants wager on the specific racers, identified by numbers, or a specific race lane. All participants holding a winning race number ticket or winning lane number ticket are the winners. All winning ticket holders split the prize pool or the licensee may hold a drawing of winning tickets to determine a single winner.

Paddle wheel raffles.

(3) The licensee sells participants numbered paddles or numbered tickets that correspond to numbered spaces on a balanced, spinning wheel. The licensee spins the wheel at least one full revolution. The ticket that matches the number that the wheel stops on is the winning ticket.

Card deck raffle.

(4) The licensee sells participants a single playing card or similar object. The card is then torn or cut in half and one half is placed in the drawing receptacle. The participant holds the other half until the drawing takes place. The holder of the matching half to that drawn is the winner.

Notes

Wash. Admin. Code § 230-11-090

Statutory Authority: RCW 9.46.070. 06-20-040 (Order 602), § 230-11-090, filed 9/26/06, effective 1/1/08.

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